Kia Super League: 2017 Fixture List

This year’s KSL will take place between 10th August and 1st September, with the semi and final taking place in Hove, on a Friday to accommodate Sky TV coverage. In all, 6 group fixtures (all double-headers with men’s T20 Blast matches) plus the semi and final will be live on Sky Sports TV, and TMS are also expected to cover most (but possibly not all) games on BBC radio.

Date Fixture Venue
Thurs 10 Aug Southern Vipers v Western Storm Ageas Bowl *
Fri 11 Aug Yorkshire Diamonds v Lancashire Thunder Headingley *
Sat 12 Aug Western Storm v Loughborough Lightning Taunton *
Sun 13 Aug Surrey Stars v Yorkshire Diamonds The Oval *
Tues 15 Aug Loughborough Lightning v Southern Vipers Derby *
Weds 16 Aug Lancashire Thunder v Surrey Stars Old Trafford *
Fri 18 Aug Loughborough Lightning v Yorkshire Diamonds Loughborough
Sun 20 Aug Lancashire Thunder v Loughborough Lightning Blackpool CC
Sun 20 Aug Southern Vipers v Surrey Stars Ageas Bowl
Sun 20 Aug Yorkshire Diamonds v Western Storm York CC
Weds 23 Aug Lancashire Thunder v Southern Vipers Liverpool CC
Weds 23 Aug Surrey Stars v Western Storm Guildford CC
Sat 26 Aug Surrey Stars v Loughborough Lightning Guildford CC
Sat 26 Aug Western Storm v Lancashire Thunder Bristol
Sat 26 Aug Southern Vipers v Yorkshire Diamonds Arundel
Fri 1 Sept FINALS DAY Hove *

* = Live on Sky Sports

5 thoughts on “Kia Super League: 2017 Fixture List

  1. One observation is that Loughborough have two ‘home’ games but one is at Derby. Surrey use Guildford & the Oval not sure how team are supposed to build real fan loyalty.

    Trying to expand profile of game risks limiting actual attending matches.

    Sky also need other sports with competition from BT and Eurosport


  2. CC talked on TMS in-between T20 innings about KSL.
    Would be interested to see stats on whether double headers in England have same effect as in BBL. ECB T20 audience is in nowhere near the same demographic.


  3. Great, finally we can start to pencil some dates into the calendar. Only the small matter of the World Cup first!

    LT: 2 home matches, 3 away
    LL: 3 home matches, 2 away
    SV: 3 home matches, 2 away
    SS: 2 home matches, 3 away
    WS: 3 home matches, 2 away
    YD: 2 home matches, 3 away

    Top Positions: 1. SV, 2. WS, 3. LL
    Notice any correlation?

    LT: 3 home matches, 2 away
    LL: 2 home matches, 3 away
    SV: 3 home matches, 2 away
    SS: 3 home matches, 2 away
    WS: 2 home matches, 3 away
    YD: 2 home matches, 3 away

    Conclusion: A bonus for SV, and YD must be feeling a bit hard done by!


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